(Austin TX) WebmasterWorld moves into new offices in River Place Pointe Corporate Park in Austin, Texas.
WebmasterWorld Inc., the leading online search engine and Internet marketing forum and producer of PubCon conferences, has outgrown its offices and is moving to larger premises at the River Pointe Executive Corporate Office Park, Austin, Texas.
Brett Tabke, WebmasterWorld's CEO commented, "This is a historic event for the company. Moving to these new offices is a natural step to aid our continued growth and to strengthen opportunities for further development."
WebmasterWorld, a privately held company, currently employs six full-time staff, 10 part time employees, 55 part time WebmasterWorld moderators, and the usual team of external consultants. Tabke continued, "The business growth outstripped our expectations and it was obvious that we needed more space if we were to continue to grow."
Tabke started his first online BBS system while at college in 1984. Tabke continued, "Over the years, I've run the business out of dorm rooms, basements, attics, garages, spare bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, and most recently, rented apartments. You name it, I've run a business there! Having professional offices will make everything easier, it's more enjoyable for all staff, and it creates a better working environment. It raises the bar of professionalism for the whole team." The official opening takes place in early January.
WebmasterWorld, established in 1998, is a comprehensive news and discussion forum for web professionals and features more than 100 specialist topics covering technical and marketing Internet topics for all levels of ability. It has public and private subscribers-only sections and is the fastest growing forum on the Internet today. WebmasterWorld produces the highly-rated 'PubCon' Search Engine & Internet Marketing conferences.
For more information, contact Brett Tabke at 512-231-8107 or brett at webmasterworld.com.
In the UK, contact Neil Marshall Tel: (+44) 118 988 0288 or engine at webmasterworld.com.